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Re: going from 110 to 220 v.
Have a look at the top back side of the CPU , near the smps fan where power cable is inserted. here u can find a small square cutting with a slider inside. On careful look you will find 110V and 220V inscribed on it on either end. Only one marking is visible at a time. Select by sliding this switch.
Note: Many systems do not have this facility. In that case you have to replace the power supply(SMPS) inside the cabinet.
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You can use it if it is JASO MA certified motorcycle oil but if you drive your cycle in warm weather the thin oil will burn off the cylinder walls. In other words keep an eye on the oil level or you may find yourself a quart low. It is not worth the minor horse power increase of thin oil to risk running low on oil in hot weather. If your driving in Canada or Norway in winter it should work great.
You could probably just manually delete the Canada/USA maps from the device, and copy over the europe (or whichever ones you need) to the device.
Just plug it in, and view the memory like a normal usb drive..delete the old, copy over the new.
Don't forget to use tomtom home to backup your gps device to your computer first (thus saving your canada maps for later..)
Afterwards, you would probably have to go into your preferences and choose the europe maps.